Monday, May 6, 2013

Difference Between Traditional Public Administration And Public Systems Management

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Differentiation Points of Traditional Public Administration And Public Systems Management -



TRADITIONAL PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

1. Public Service is considered an exclusive task performed by the government.

2. Citizen avoiding and secrecy in governmental business.
 
3. Public – Private Distinction.
 
4. Rigid, rule – bound and hierarchic model.
 
5. Process accountability.
 
6. Anonymous bureaucracy.
 
7. Structure – oriented.
 
8. Emphasis on rationality in decision making process.
 
9. Adoption of centralised strategy.
 
10. Authoritative approach.
 
11. Politics – Administration Dichotomy.
 
12. Focus on Structures and Processes.
PUBLIC SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT

1. Public Service is considered as a collaborative exercise involving Government, NGOs and Private firms, etc.
2. Citizen friendly, transparent and accountable.
 
 
3. Public – Private partnership.
 
4. Flexible Organisational Design and Practices Model.
5. Result Accountability.

6. Accountable Bureaucracy.
 
7. People – Oriented.
 
8. Emphasis on bounded rationality in decision making process.
 
9. Adoption of decentralised strategy.
 
 10. Participatory approach.
 
11. Politics – Administrative confluence.
 
12. Focus on performance and results.

 

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